Harry Kane has stated that the Premier League is ‘more open’ this season and name-checked the likes of Leeds and Everton as ‘tough opponents’, as he told Sky Sports.
Tottenham moved to the top of the Premier League table on Saturday evening when they beat Manchester City 2-0 in what was a typical Jose Mourinho performance.
This behind-closed-doors campaign has seen the likes of Spurs, Leicester, Chelsea, Southampton, Everton and Liverpool, to name a few, top the table.
Kane claims that if a team can ‘put a good spell together’ then he suggested that anyone can have a chance of winning the title.
“We are doing well,” said Kane. “I still think there are parts of our season that we can improve on, for sure. Obviously, we are top of the league now but we know we have a lot of tough games to go.
“You look around the league and it’s not just the top-six that are going to be tough. You have got Leeds, Wolves, Everton and Leicester. You have got all the tough teams we still have to play.
“I think so [it’s a more open league]. You can see that already with the way the table stands. Like any Premier League season, whoever can put a good spell together, they can obviously have a chance of winning it.”
After suffering three defeats on the bounce, Everton put maximum points on the board on Sunday when they put three past Fulham.
They have been one of the teams, who have started the season brightly, topped the table and made others think whether they can do the unthinkable.
Leeds have been entertaining all since they returned back to the big time, and whilst they are sitting in the bottom half, they are a dangerous proposition for any side in the land.